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SENTINEL® SPRAY ADHESIVE SKU: A-104

SENTINEL® SPRAY ADHESIVE SKU: A-104

SENTINEL SPRAY ADHESIVE is a solvent-based contact adhesive specially designed for adhering bare-backed SENTINEL PVC and KEE-modified membranes and flashings to a variety of substrates for horizontal or vertical applications.

Product Properties

  • Overlying Material PVC or KEE Membrane
  • Substrates Insulation, cover boards, OSB, structural concrete

Installation

SENTINEL SPRAY ADHESIVE should be applied to approved substrates free of oil, grease and other contaminants. Spray membrane and substrate with a continuous and uniform pattern holding the gun approximately 12 in perpendicular to the surface. Do not apply adhesive to seam areas intended to be hot air welded.

Allow the adhesive to partially dry before bonding membrane to substrate (approx. 3 – 10 minutes). Adhesive should feel tacky to-the-touch, but not transfer to the finger or string when touched. Install SENTINEL membrane and broom into place.

 

Testing & Approvals

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